Hampton Inn Glenwood Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... as much ruckus and noise as we could in support of the skiers as they came down the hill. Although I was disappointed that one of our favourites, the Norwegian Viking Axel Lund Svindal, was injured and not racing we could not have been more pleased than to see his compatriot, Kjetil Jansrud, fly down the difficult course to win from the Swiss Beat Feuz. The American crowd were delighted that Steve Nyman came in 3rd. It really was as thrilling and ...
... of very nice and expensive restaurants but not too many casual eating establishments. The Coyote Cafe is a stones throw from the Centennial lift at the base of the mountain. Mexican/burger standards along with an impressive array of beers. The service is quick and efficient. In the background you see a continuous reel of videos of extreme skiing. They are interesting to watch but make me feel rather inadequate as a skier! We have had dinner the last two nights at ...
... on a daily basis!
Arrived in Beaver Creek and what an amazingly beautiful place this is. Reminds us of the village at Whistler with their trees decorated with lights, snow on the ground and this amazing mountain dominating the scenery. The hotel is right on the slopes so is ski in, ski out. Our room is lovely with a great view of the slopes. Can't wait to try them out tomorrow. Not sure if my knees are looking forward to skiing as much as I ...
... spent on suppression. Only thing T. Lleary said I completely agreed with..."Why should the whisky-drinking cop persecute the pot-smoking youth?"
On checkout remarked to crisply attired receptionist doesn't anyone make any sartorial effort whatsoever when staying at your venerable hotel, reply was "Yes, you could be in MacDonald's couldn't you". Can't think of any other nation that can conspire to look so ...
... canyon north of the river. The trail climbs over 1,000 feet in elevation in a little over a mile, which for me means somewhat over an hour with short stops for photos. The starting point is around 6,500 feet, so this is a far cry from fourteener hikes, most of which involve around a 4,000 foot elevation gain to just over 14,000 feet. Much of the trail is in the shade of the canyon walls most of ...